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Paul Goldberg (Iceberg Slim)
ADC
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Jacey Miller (DeathHawk)
Mid
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Alex Thompson (Alexandtheo)
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Matt Samuelson
Student League of Legends Analyst
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Josh Melink
Head League of Legends Analyst
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Riley "Doodalive" Hays
Jungle
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Tyler Roop
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Dmitriy Kizhikin
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Staff

Paul Goldberg (Iceberg Slim)
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Jacey Miller (DeathHawk)
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Alex Thompson (Alexandtheo)
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Matt Samuelson
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Josh Melink
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Riley "Doodalive" Hays
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Tyler Roop
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Dmitriy Kizhikin
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About The Team

The Miami League of Legends team was founded by current head analyst Joshua Melink in 2012 as a mixed group of casual and competitive players looking to compete in the Collegiate Star League's (CSL) inaugural League of Legends season.  The first season of CSL was a successful campaign with the team finishing with a 6-3 record (including winning Miami's only competitive 4v5 match to date) before dropping out in the first round of playoffs.  The 2013-2014 season brought in an influx of new talent and the team competing in an additional league known as IvyLoL.  A cumulative record of 13-5 in CSL and IvyLoL before again being dismissed in the first round of playoffs meant another successful regular season as the team improved both individually and as a unit.  The 2014-2015 season led to Miami's highest accomplishment to date of qualifying for IvyLoL's premier league, comprised of the top 40 teams in the nation.  While the IvyLoL season was forgettable, the team took yet another 6-3 showing in CSL while again falling out of playoffs without a win.  The 2015-2016 campaign brought about a split season for CSL, spanning across both fall and spring semesters.  After a tough 4-3 record in the fall, the team turned it around in the spring to pick up Miami's first undefeated season, finishing with a record of 6-0, as well as taking Miami's first playoff win in the round of 64 before falling in the round of 32. This year, the team has gone through a slew of changes, most importantly being supported as a Varsity team by the university and adding coaches to facilitate improvement to keep up with the ever-growing e-Sports landscape.  Throughout all the years however, the one constant has been that the students come in to the program as players but come out of it with a slew of life-long friends with whom the share the bond of playing collegiate League of Legends at the highest level.

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